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KTH Transport Platform

The problems and challenges surrounding the future of transportation are so complex that no one can solve them in their own capacity. Consequently, multidisciplinary collaboration is needed between many stakeholders. One of the main objectives of the KTH Transport Platform is to catalyse multidisciplinary research activities at KTH and with external partners.

A platform for collaboration

For KTH researchers

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Transport research at KTH

The KTH Transport Platform  connects more than 800 researchers in over 40 research groups  and 14 centres  in five thematic research areas  related to transport issues.

Transport is one of KTH's multidisciplinary focus areas. It integrates activities in transport-related research from almost all KTH schools in the form of individual researchers, multidisciplinary-oriented centres, and laboratories.



Sustainable urban mobility

Over 70 per cent of EU citizens live in urban areas, generating 23 per cent of all transport greenhouse gas emissions. In the EU, 100 cities signed up to become climate-neutral by 2030. Welcome to a workshop where we discuss sustainable urban mobility for the future – what are the societal and legislative challenges within the cities and metropolitan regions, how is the industry adapting their products and businesses, and how can academic researchers contribute?